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D-GU.com's: Fat Princess + Fat Roles DLC Take the Cake on the PS3!

Fat Princess is a single and multi-player action game developed by Titan Studios and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It’s primarily a zero to thirty-two multi-player game with the basic goal of rescuing the Princess and bringing her back to the team’s base. The players pick up and carry cakes to feed the Princess, which makes her heavier and harder for the enemy to carry back to their own castle. The game contains six character classes (The Villager, The Worker, The Priest, The Ranger, The Mage, and The Warrior) each of which contributes to the team’s task of capturing the princess in a unique way. As of June 16, 2010 at E3, Sony announced three new classes to be available through the Fat Roles DLC Expansion Pack. The three new classes include Pirates, Ninjas and Giants. (DLC, PS3, Sony) 5/5

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